This bright bolide was spotted over Andalucia, Spain at 23:04 UTC on July 26, 2022. It was almost as bright as the full Moon.
A very bright fireball was seen over Texas, U.S. at around 03:24 UTC on July 25, 2022. A delayed sonic boom was associated with this event, indicating that pieces of the object might have survived down to the ground.
A very bright fireball was seen over Indiana and surrounding states at 05:52 UTC on July 22, 2022.
A very bright fireball streaked through the night sky over Hungary and Croatia at 01:13 UTC on July 13, 2022.
A very bright daylight fireball was seen and recorded over Wellington, New Zealand at around 01:50 UTC on July 7, 2022 (13:50 LT). The event lasted about 10 seconds and was followed by a loud boom. It provided a wealth of scientific data as it left signatures on weather radars, seismometers, and geostationary satellites.
A very bright fireball illuminated the night sky over Bahia, Pernambuco, Ceara and Sergipe, Brazil on June 16, 2022.
A bright fireball was seen over the southwestern United Kingdom at 20:46 UTC on May 16, 2022. The event comes just five days after a very bright fireball was seen over the same region. Interestingly, both events had very similar trajectories.
A very bright fireball was seen over the southwestern United Kingdom at 23:40 UTC on May 11, 2022 (00:40 LT, May 12) and was seen from England, Wales, France, and the Netherlands.
On May 15, 2022, Earth is expected to pass through a debris field created by asteroid 2006 GY2, potentially creating a meteor outburst.
A bright fireball was observed by a network of all-sky cameras across southern Ontario, Canada at 05:37 UTC on April 18, 2022. Analysis of the video data suggests that fragments of the meteor are likely to have made it to the ground near the eastern shore of Lake Simcoe, just north of the town of Argyle.